BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION Guitarist Records 'Insane Version' Of L.A. GUNS Classic

BRIDES OF DESTRUCTION/ex-L.A. GUNS guitarist Tracii Guns has collaborated with singer Stella Soleil (a.k.a. Sister Soleil) on "an insane version" of the L.A. GUNS classic "Ballad of Jane". Contributing additional lead vocals to the track will be BACKYARD BABIES frontman Nicke Borg. In addition, Guns and Soleil have completed a Christmas song together called "Wrap You In Christmas (Paper)", which Tracii says "is even creepier then the title suggests."

In other news, Guns will be joining former GUNS N' ROSES guitarist Gilby Clarke for a handful of shows in South America in November. Confirmed dates so far are as follows:

Nov. 19 - Asuncion, PAR @ Rowing Club (acoustic)
Nov. 20 - Asuncion, PAR @ Rowing Club (electric)
Nov. 21 - Buenos Aires, ARG @ Capital Federal


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